Farmed Fungi

dwheeler at teleport.com dwheeler at teleport.com
Thu Apr 9 01:13:58 EST 1998


Yesterday I was making a list of the fungi I believe I have cultured/enhanced.
The list totalled   species. Have other mycologists had success in
cultivation?

Alpova diplophloeus
Armillaria ostoyae? or mellea complex
Auricularia platyphylla
Barssia oregonensis
Boletus crysenteron
Boletus mirabilis (tried, no cigar)
Boletus zelleri
Cantharellus formosa
Daldinia grandis
Endogone flammicorona
Endogone lactiflua
Ganoderma oregonensis
Ganoderma tsugae
Geopora cooperi
Helvella lacunosa
Hericium corraloides
Hericium erinaceous
Hymenogaster parksii
Hymenogaster sp., not parksii
Laccaria amethystina
Lacaria amethystina-occidentalis
Laccaria laccata
Lentinula edodes
Lepiota rachoides
Lepista nuda
Leucangium carthusiana
Martellia brunnescens
Martellia subochracea
Morchella angusticeps
Morchella elata
Pleurocybella porrigens
Pleurotus columbianum
Pleurotus ostreatus
Pluteus cervinus
Pluteus sp.
Rhizopogon colossus
Rhizopogon parksii
Rhizopogon villescens
Rhizopogon villosulus
Rhizopogon vinicolor
Scleroderma cepa
Scleroderma hypogaeum
Scleroderma laeve
Stropharia rugoso-annulata
Trametes hirsutum
Trametes versicolor
Tuber californicum
Tuber gibbosum
Tuber giganteum
Tuber murinum
Tuber shearii
Tuber sp. nov.
Zelleromyces gilkeyae

All were grown/enhanced in the last 20 years. Many are mycorrhizal. It is
possible many fungi can be cultivated/enhanced, provided their preferred
habitats are known.

Daniel B. Wheeler
http://www.oregonwhitetruffles.com

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